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  1. Caprice de Colombelle, Cotes de Gascogne, Plaimont, 2017
    Rating:
    100% of 100

    A blend of French Colombard with another native variety, Gros Manseng. Colombelle has a lovely lemon-lime bouquet and apple, with peach and melon flavours. Its zesty aromas send a wake-up call to the senses! Colombelle is ideal as an aperitif as well as with first courses. It is a perfect white wine for casual sipping during holiday parties. Colombelle is great value that merits buying by the case.

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  2. Chateau Haut Terrier Blaye Cotes de Bordeaux Sauvignon, 2017

    With a honey and acacia nose, the freshness of the grapefruit and pineapple aromas emphasises a good concentration. The finish is full, fat and balanced. Goes well with all cooked fish, lobster, crayfish, scallops, foie gras, white meats, and some cheeses. Can also be used as an aperitif.

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  3. Domaine La Gayolle Provence Rose La Chapelle, 2018

    A delightful Provence rose with a light pink colour. The nose is full of floral and amyl notes which the palate mixes notes of citrus and English candy. As with many rose's this wine is excellent alone as an aperitif or paired with seasonal salads or grilled fish.

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  4. Chevalier d'Antras Madiran, 2014
    Rating:
    80% of 100

    From Producteurs Plaimont, this deep and dark purple in colour wine has delicious strong fruit flavours or cherries, red berries and blackcurrant with subtle earthy tones. Produced with a minimum content of 40% Tannat grapes and complimented by the inclusion of Pinenc, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon to produce a smooth and delightful wine.

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  5. Chateau D'Ollieres Classic Rose, 2017

    Half cinsault, half grenache, this rosé is the brilliant proof of the benefits of the climate of Ollières. Hot days in summer and cool nights allow a slow but intense ripening of the grapes. The nose is particularly intense while the mouth is full and lively, with good length.

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  6. Chateau Andrea, Graves, 2014

    Graves, in Bordeaux, is reputedly the oldest vine growing region in the country and benefits not only from coarse gravel typical of the area, which stores heat from the sun in the day to keep the vines warmer at night. But also from large pine forests that protect the vineyards and the river Garonne to the east, which acts as a thermal regulator.

    Smooth and silky in the mouth with soft tannins and long finish. Délicieux!

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  7. Domaine Lafond Lirac Roc-Epine, 2016

    Domaine Lafond, an award winning producer, manually harvests and hand selects the grapes to ensure the highest quality and careful management of the vines. The grapes are vatted for an extended period to obtain soft tannins, then in order to soften the tannins, the wine is put in new barrels for 3 to 4 months.

    Roc Epine red is a powerful and robust wine, it offers a complex nose of cinnamon, cooked fruits and morello cherries. While the palate expresses vanilla and peppers which persist until the final. It is a supple and rich wine with a very good length.

    Great paired with charcuterie, red meats, game and cheeses.

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  8. St Chinian Chateau de la Baume, 2012
    With 25 years of experience and tasting acquired around the world, Francois Gilbert and Philippe Gaillard (Journalists, Tasters and Critics) have chosen to use their know-how at an exceptional winery in Languedoc, Chateau de la Baume. With small yields, they gain a wonderful freshness with raspberry flavours and notes of spices on the finish. Learn More
  9. Chateau Etang, Bois des Dame Rouge, Corbieres, 2013

    Located in the heart of the Corbières, Château Etang des Colombes grows traditional varieties of the AOC Corbières: Syrah, Grenache, Carignan and Mourvèdre. This family-owned Chateau has produced superb quality wines for 4 generations and is among the best producers in Corbières. The oldest plots of Château Etang des Colombes are sixty years old, allowing development of the Vieilles Vignes (old vines) for use in Bois des Dames. 

    Deep purple in colour with fruit aromas, vanilla and hints of pepper and clove. Melted tannins are present but which will ensure a promising development - drink now or cellar for up to 15 years.

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  10. Chateau D'Ollieres Prestige Rose, 2017

    Thanks to inerting, a winemaking technique that prevents any oxidation, this wine is nourished by the finest aromas of the grapes that compose it without losing any of its finesse. It reveals intense and subtle notes of flowers and red fruits.

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  11. Chateau Bouscasse Madiran 'Alain Brumont', 2014
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    100% of 100

    Alain Brumont is the king of the Tannat grape. A beautiful vintage from this remarkable Chateau. Big, intense and complex nose ending with hints of fruit jam, spices and even cocoa! Thick and fruity in the mouth with well developed tannins and a very long finish. His Chateau Montus and Bouscasse are wines which are compared to the top 1st Growths at blind tastings.

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  12. Chateau D'Agassac, Haut Medoc, 2007

    This Cabernet Merlot blend from Chateau d’Agassac is a beautiful full and well-structured wine with good length. Red berries give way to menthol, tobacco and cedar fragrances so typical of this region of Médoc. While the palate features soft, velvety tannins and a silky structure with delicious flavours of fresh thyme, black pepper and camphor.

    "Fine depth of Cabernet/Merlot fruit, good southern Medoc elegance, length and class." Steven Spurrier, Decanter Magazine

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